Impressive group of in-state talent will be among large group of Saturday visitors

Many of the top players in the Bluegrass State are headed to The Hill this weekend

The Western Kentucky coaching staff will welcome dozens of prospects to The Hill on Saturday for the program's Junior Day and many of the Bluegrass State's best players will be among the large group.

Here's a look at some of the in-state recruits that will make their way to Bowling Green this weekend.  WKU Insider subscribers can view even more in-state targets by visiting The Hill forum.


Louisville Doss three-star offensive guard Charles Allen holds a WKU offer.  He was a third team All-State selection last fall.

Paintsville defensive tackle Tyrese Allen has become one of the hottest in-state prospects in recent weeks.

Offensive tackle Will Bramel was a second team All-State selection last fall.  He holds offers from Bowling Green, Marshall, Purdue and South Alabama.  He made a visit to WKU last season.

Covington Catholic defensive end Kameron Butler includes Marshall and Vanderbilt among his scholarship offers.

LaRue County defensive back Kane Harris is drawing interest from in-state programs, along with Cincinnati and others.

Hebron Conner offensive lineman Peyton Knippenberg will make the trip south from the Cincinnati area.  He holds a pair of in-state offers.

Spencer County safety Kadin Smith recently collected an offer from Murray State.

An athlete that could play on either side of the ball, Louisville Doss' Terez Traynor holds a WKU offer.

One of the largest offensive line prospects in the nation is Perry County Central's Sam Turner.

To see even more in-state recruits attending WKU's Junior Day, visit the subscriber forum The Hill by clicking here.

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